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Scratching the Surface with Harvey Ovshi...

Peabody Award-winning writer and producer Harvey Ovshinsky became part of Detroit’s media landscape in 1965. At age 17, he founded the famous underground newspaper, The fifth state. It was just the beginning of a long media career. He then covered news for several local radio stations and produced television documentaries and commercials. He has been […]

As the threats of nuclear war and climat...

After exhausting their efforts for action, they eat the food they have prepared and bought, give thanks and pray before they “die among neighbors” – to use an expression coined by poet and writer Langston Hughes in 1965. “Dying between neighbours” was something of a common refrain in the small number of stories told by […]

On “The City of Torment” by Daniela Hodr

I remember very well my first visit to Prague. I was a Polish teenager and went to Prague to see the Rolling Stones. They came because Václav Havel asked them personally. He did not send a formal invitation; he instead invited Mick and Keith over for a few beers. The Stones loved it, of course, […]

Jalen Rose talks diet and colonics with ...

These days, everyone and their mom, brother, and cousin are wellness experts or influencers. In 2022, preaching these principles and living a holistic lifestyle on social media is as trendy as wearing big bling, Air Force Ones and baggy jeans was in the early 2000s. . But my guest “Renaissance Man”, author Queen Afua aka […]

Why were women not allowed to act in Sha...

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) Elizabeth Steinway, Colorado State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to [email protected] Why were women not allowed to act in Shakespeare’s plays? […]

Traveling Hawaiian Contemporary Exhibit ...

Hawaiian artist Sean Browne exhibits a number of sculptures at the Schaefer International Gallery at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, including (left) “Kāne I Ka Malamalama, 2031”. Paintings by Imaikalani Kalahele, such as “Papa lā’ua ‘o Wakea”, are also featured. The exhibition runs from April 5 to June 18. KAHULUI – Maui Arts & […]

Moving the Goalposts: welcome to our new...

Oe have come a long way since June 2017 when, a month before the start of the European Championship in the Netherlands, I was first asked to write a weekly women’s football blog for the Guardian. In many ways, the growth of our coverage has gone hand in hand with the growth of the game. […]

Excavated remains of neighborhood near H...

The asphalt gutters and sidewalks, in the foreground, and a replica of a charred tatami mat — the black part in the back — from the old Nakajima district are on display in Hiroshima’s Naka district on 25 March 2022. (Mainichi/Misa Koyama) HIROSHIMA — The excavated remains of […]

Royal News: Queen praised for including ...

Her Majesty’s decision to have the Duke of York accompany the Thanksgiving service was widely seen as a gesture of support for her son, for whom Prince Philip’s memorial was the first public appearance since he was stripped of his military titles and royal patronages and paid a sum of several million pounds without any […]

Hear from Bundles researchers about thei...

What made you want to work at the Harlem Wellness Center? The arts are my first love and I have extensive experience in various disciplines. Over the years, I have developed a deep passion for social justice through my work to address health inequalities. Integrating the arts into my social justice work feels really synergistic […]

The bookseller – News – Jefferson, Danga

The winners of this year’s Windham-Campbell Prizes have been announced, along with Zimbabwean writers Tsitsi Dangarembga (Nervous conditionsFaber) and Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu (The flight theoryCatalyst Press) winning the fiction awards. Each recipient receives an unrestricted grant of $165,000 to support their writing and allow them to focus on their work regardless of financial concerns. Dangarembga […]

Bringing a Holocaust victim’s story to l

I discovered Etty Hillesum and her diary in the 1980s. I was enrolled in a graduate course on World War II literature taught by poet and memoirist Carolyn Forché. Forché viewed the Holocaust as a unique and horrific break in world history. His vivid description stuck with me. It had only been 40 years since […]

Prince Andrew prepares to attend Prince ...

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of York arrive to attend a church service in Hillington, Norfolk on January 19, 2020 During the Duke of York’s lifetime, the ‘Playboy Prince’ achieved great esteem for his bravery in the Falklands War and served as a trade envoy, but he is best known as the man whose […]

Smith slaps another jaw-dropping live mo...

Bradley Cooper, left, and Will Smith appear in the Oscars audience on Sunday, March 27, 2022 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) Chris Pizzello Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP NEW YORK Will Smith’s slap in the face at the Oscars wasn’t the first time an unexpected moment during a live TV entertainment event has […]

Surprisingly, being an actress isn’t as

There’s one more orange to cheer on – The Daily Orange! Donate today and help us win College Media Madness. If you didn’t know, it’s still Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to remembering the efforts of women, past and present. Or, as some call it, “the butt of every male misogynist’s jokes during the […]

WTAMU’s Distinguished Lecture Series wil

An iconic cowboy poet, a pair of Spanish literary translators and the original host of “Blue’s Clues” will headline Distinguished Lecture Series Week for West Texas A&M University. The series was created to enhance classroom education by inviting national personalities to speak to WT students and the community about important issues. As previously announced, Steve […]

April is dripping with arts and entertai...

Don’t let April fool you, it’s packed with artistic activity, from stunning art exhibitions, film screenings and festivals to music performances and lectures. Be sure to check out the rich variety of films screened at this year’s DisOrient Film Festival, plan an evening at the theater to see the moving drama “God Said This,” or […]

April Fool’s Day 2022: Origin, Jokes, Pr

As we know, life is very busy and complicated in today’s world because we are too busy doing our own things that sometimes we even forget to enjoy and celebrate life in this fast-paced world. Busy work schedules lead to depression, disappointment in relationships, struggles and tension which automatically lead people to adopt bad habits […]

Which of Robin Williams’ films is consid

“The World According to Garp” Willie Williams plays a writer whose mother (Oscar nominee Glenn Close) rises to cultural notoriety and whose wife (Mary Beth Hurt) is having an affair. ‘The birdcage’ To meet the right-wing parents of their son’s fiancee, Williams, the owner of a gay drag club, and his drag queen partner Nathan […]

Raphael at the National Gallery – why is

J there are relatively few artists whose greatness was recognized in their time and whose reputation has remained unchanged since: Raphaël is one of them. Georgio Vasari, the painter-biographer who tells us most of what we know of him, observed that “When this noble craftsman died, the art of painting might well have died too, […]

The author traces the road to wealth of ...

How Geordie got his jingle: The author charts the road to riches of a shrewd jeweler in the court of King James Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. […]

Putting pen to paper: Red Raider manages...

Madeline Leeah enjoys reading, playing the violin, and is a double major in Anthropology and Languages ​​and Cultures as a student at Texas Tech. That is, when she’s not busy writing and editing her nearly 100,000-word fantasy novel. Leeah, a freshman from Amarillo, said writing has been a passion of hers for as long as […]

Goto, Coyote among Lambda finalists

A poet’s exploration of his childhood experience in the company town created when the Jenpeg Dam was built on the Nelson River is one of the nominees for this year’s Lambda Literary Awards. Kazim Aliit’s Northern Light: power, earth and memory of waterin which the poet revisits his childhood home to discover the effect of […]

why there is more to Raphael’s portraits

In 1833, when Raphael’s mania was at its height, the Renaissance artist’s tomb was opened by order of the Pope, to establish whether his skull, long rumored to be elsewhere, was inside. (It was!) For some time afterwards, Raphael’s skeleton was displayed in the Pantheon in Rome for public devotion. But, according to Danish writer […]

UC Berkeley News: Poetry for the People

To follow Berkeley talksa Berkeley News podcast that features lectures and conversations at UC Berkeley. Tell us what you think about Apple Podcasts. In episode 137 of Berkeley talks, two UC Berkeley alumni – poets Samiya Bashir and Solmaz Sharif – discuss Poetry for the People, a program founded by award-winning poet, activist and longtime […]

‘Yellowstone’ Fans Still Have Mixed Feel

TL; DR: Beth Kelly Reilly actress is very different from her aggressive and rude persona Yellowstone fans vary in their opinions of Beth Kelly Reilly explains why Beth resonates with many fans Cole Hauser and Kelly Reilly | Primordial Yellowstone aired its Season 4 finale in January, and now fans are eagerly awaiting Season 5. […]

The Greatest Science Fiction Writers of ...

In many ways, science fiction is one of the most difficult genres to write, because you have to strike a delicate balance between creating a unique and creative fictional world, but basing it on scientific reason and logic that makes it credible. RELATED: The 10 Best Years For Sci-Fi Movies, According To Reddit What really […]

Film museum to add exhibit on historic H...

JTA — A new Hollywood history museum will have a permanent exhibit dedicated to Jewish contributions after early criticism that Jews were left out. The change was announced this week ahead of this year’s Oscars, which feature a more diverse list of nominees than in the past. It caps a period of intense discussion about […]

Why arsenic poisoning is more than a mur...

In 1921 Chicago, Otylia “Tillie” Kupczyk asked her landlord if she could store a coffin in the basement of their building. Tillie had bought the coffin on sale, and she had a feeling she would soon need it for her third husband, Frank. She had premonitions that he was about to die and she wanted […]

Reconnecting home to schools, schools to...

The world has pushed every soul on an emotional roller coaster. All of humanity struggles to hold on amidst the turbulence of the journey. Here is a question for adults. Have you been thinking about children lately? Did you ask them how they were doing? Why is it so important to talk with our children? […]

Patrick Stewart Was Very Picky About His...

The original draft of “First Contact” had Picard travel to the mid-21st century version of Earth to ensure that scientist Zefram Cochrane had successfully invented the warp drive – which led to first contact with the Earth. Vulcan race and the creation of Starfleet – while its first officer Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes, playing the […]

How to find hidden gems at auction

How do you identify a hidden gem, that little-known work of art that has a value that isn’t immediately apparent to others? It’s never an easy task, especially at auctions, which are highly organized and competitive spaces. Fortunately, there are resources readily available – from auction ephemera to public events – that will equip even […]

The Untold Truth of Haggis

In 2004, the Scottish Parliament estimated that there were over 20 million Americans of Scottish descent. Additionally, an incredible 34 US presidents have claimed some sort of Scottish ancestry (per Scotland.org). With such statistics, it is not surprising that the United States has a strong taste for Scottish products; In 2019 alone, Scottish exports to […]

Almanac | News, Sports, Jobs

By The Associated Press Today in History Today is Friday, March 25, the 84th day of 2022. There are 281 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On March 25, 1931, in the so-called “Scottsboro Boys” affair, nine young blacks were taken off a train in Alabama, accused of having […]

Exploring Art Through the Lens of Nature...

Express press service I always tell my fellow artists to believe that their art is alive. For me, painting is a relationship between me and the canvas. It is a communication that I have, which is only possible when I believe that my work can feel as much as possible,” underlines Kolkata-based artist Jayashree Chakravarty. […]

“The Adventurers” by Richard Butner; St

The adventurers by Richard Butner; small beer press Fantasy fiction can take many forms, such as epic tales set in imaginary worlds like JRR Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” and George RR Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series. Then there is “weak fantasy”, in which strange events arise unexpectedly in seemingly normal […]

Hegerberg back in Norway squad after lon...

FILE – Lyon’s soccer player Ada Hegerberg of Norway celebrates her goal during the Women’s Soccer Champions League final match against FC Barcelona, ​​in Budapest, Hungary May 18, 2019 file photo. Hegerberg returns to the Norwegian national team for the first time since 2017. The 26-year-old striker is widely regarded as one of the best […]

In travels, the power of connection expa...

“Letter to a Stranger” by Colleen Kinder Photo: Algonquin Books Years ago, when Colleen Kinder was teaching at Yale University, travel writer Pico Iyer shared a haunting encounter with a stranger who walked the streets of Reykjavik, Iceland with him for hours. Yet the woman did not appear anywhere in his magazine article during the […]

Rosario Dawson, Leah Frazier and fierce ...

Coming soon to Neiman Marcus NorthPark, fashion entrepreneur, media personality, author and Dallas resident Leah Frazier will host a panel discussion featuring Rosario Dawson (seen recently in Drug and The Mandalorian), who co-owns fashion brand Studio 189 with Abrima Erwiah, who is also on the panel. The event will take place on Thursday, March 31. […]

Peace and Justice Week Begins with Annua...

The theme for Manhattan College’s annual Peace and Justice Week is “Contemporary Pathways to Peace and Justice.” Peace and Justice Week, which this year extends over two weeks, will take place from Tuesday 29 March to Wednesday 13 April. Here is the full schedule of events: Tuesday, March 29, 3:30 p.m. – virtual event (join […]

Stories of unhappy people in the happies...

It is difficult to understand how such an abstract thing as “happiness” is determined. The main game is played by numerology. As a measure of happiness, the survey raises some questions that are typically associated with materialistic and modern welfare state systems. Things like family, meeting personal expectations or sexuality remain implicit. The goat-like Yaksha’s […]

Recent NHL champions reach deals to purs...

When the St. Louis Blues players bid farewell to Oskar Sundqvist before boarding the plane for their next game, it marked the final departure for many players from the group that won the Stanley Cup in 2019. There are only 10 guys left who played in that Stanley Cup final. The Washington Capitals still have […]

The Birth of the Modern – Reed Magazine

In a series of essays, the professors at Reed’s Humanities 211/212 offer insight into an unforgettable course. By Chris Lydgate ’90 | March 23, 2022 Beginning in the 13th century, Europe witnessed the convergence and collision of deep historical forces that led to an era of crisis and upheaval that would change the world forever. […]

DeKalb Church to Host Ukrainian Poetry R...

DeKALB – To help the people of Ukraine, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is hosting a Ukrainian poetry reading by local poets. The event, “Sunflower Seeds: Poetry for Ukraine,” will take place April 1 at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 900 Normal Road in DeKalb. The event will also be streamed on YouTube and […]

The 9 Best Food Memories of 2022

Food can do more than nourish our bodies. It can bring people together, set them apart, and define personalities and cultures. He can say what words cannot say. Food is a language in its own right, and it’s personal – which is why we think culinary memoirs are a category worth exploring. We (armchair) have […]

The liveliness of Van Dyck’s portraits

Sir Edward Hyde, later 1st Earl of Clarendon, a veteran statesman and voluminous historian of the reign of Charles I, described the reign of this parliamentless monarch from 1628 to 1640 as a time when “this realm […] enjoyed the greatest calm and the greatest measure of happiness with which any people at any age […]

Spotlight on female lighting designers

Amanda Zieve is a lecturer at the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television. She is a lighting designer who co-founded the Howell Binkley Fellowship program for aspiring lighting designers, honoring the legacy of her mentor, Tony Award-winning lighting designer Howell Binkley, who passed away in 2020. More half of the candidates who applied for […]

The book by poet Giorgos Christodoulides...

The collection of poetry by the Cypriot poet Giorgos Christodoulides entitled “”Giorgos Christodoulides: Selected Poems (1996-2021)”, will be presented in London as part of the London Book Fair 2022. The book, translated from Greek by translator Despina Pirketti who wrote the introduction, will be launched at an event hosted by the Cyprus High Commission, at […]

‘The Bone Orchard’: Sara A. Mueller Brin

Portland author Sara A. Mueller says her first impulse to write came as a child in a family of voracious readers. “I guess whatever I wrote was what I had in my imagination,” she said. Although she didn’t attempt to write with a view to publication until she was 20, Mueller said she wrote as […]

Before the Dawn author Emma Pass shares ...

March 21, 2022 7 things I wish my readers knew about me…hmm, that’s tricky! I suck at making decisions at the best of times, but after careful consideration (and several cups of coffee), here’s what I came up with. Emma collar 1. As a kid, I used to wake my parents up in the middle […]

Joe D’Orazio, professional wrestler and

Joe D’Orazio, who died aged 99, was one of Britain’s last active professional wrestlers in the 1950s and a popular referee at the Royal Albert Hall. Having started out as a jiu-jitsu practitioner, D’Orazio competed for several years as “Kito Tani”, a Japanese warrior who entered the ring wearing raised wooden clogs and a kimono. […]

Courtiers of Queen Elizabeth plan privac...

In scenes more typically associated with celebrity weddings that have been bought up by supermarket tabloids, the Queen will be animated in the church holding her late husband’s memorial service next week using a helicopter, a secret back entrance and a plastic tunnel to prevent images of its fragile air from emerging and scaring the […]

Know who is the “father of English poetr

World Poetry Day is celebrated on March 21 every year. This day is marked by the celebration of the most treasured poems and supports linguistic diversity through poetic expression. The day creates the opportunity for endangered languages ​​to be heard. The day is dedicated to honoring poets who have contributed to the form of expression. […]

Six Facts About Me and My First Novel by...

March 21, 2022 Author Danielle Owen-Jones opens in an exclusive piece for Female First / Photo Credit: Russell Colman To celebrate the release of his first novel, heiress broken stone, we asked author Danielle Owen-Jones to talk not just about the book, but about herself, so readers can get to know her. Here’s what she […]

Author Donovan Brooks’ new book ‘Divine

DURHAM, NC (PRWEB) March 21, 2022 Donovan Brooks, poet, musical artist and writer, has completed his new book “Divine Proximity”: a moving account of a young woman who must complete a research paper during her summer vacation while avoiding dangerous encounters. “The journey of this story begins in Macomb, Illinois, on the campus of […]

Your guide to Shakespearing (sic) Englan...

Stratford-upon-Avon is Shakespeare’s home in England and one can have guided tours and see his plays in this very home town. For literature fans, perhaps the perfect trip to England would be to Shakespeare in England so to speak. William Shakespeare’s birthplace was Avon-Upon-Stratford in the green Midlands of England. Note that there is scholarly […]

Cardington author Mindy McGinnis publish...

Growing up on a farm in Cardington, which she described as beautiful and idyllic, author Mindy McGinnis felt safe from life’s dangers and uncertainties. It was here, in the safety of his childhood in rural Ohio, that his fascination with darker themes and deeper questions began. Now an Edgar Prize-winning author who just had her […]

Reflection on books written by women thr...

Long before Congress designated March as Women’s History Month in 1987, I was a young girl who imagined one day living a life exciting enough to write. My favorite books were about curious girls who broke all the rules. 1964 novel by Louise Fitzhugh “Harriet the Spy” was my favorite. Like Harriet, I kept a […]

Ari Wegner: The other woman behind “The

This image released by Netflix shows cinematographer Ari Wegner, left, with producer-director Jane Campion on the set of ‘The Power of the Dog’. (Netflix via AP) Kirsty Griffin PA Next week, Ari Wegner could make Oscar history. The 37-year-old Australian has a very good chance of being the first woman to win a Best Cinematography […]

Your Weekly Horoscope Inspired by Rob Br...

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to enlighten our thinking and motivate our mood. Rob’s free will astrology, is a syndicated weekly column appearing in more than 100 publications. He is also the author of Pronoia is the antidote to paranoia: how all of creation conspires to shower you with blessings. (A free […]

Poetry collection celebrates love for nu...

(Unsplash/Joel Mwesigwa) Heather McHugh is the only writer in America who loved nuns — or so she thinks. Since writing her last book, Upgraded to Serious, McHugh, former chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, has divorced, retired and moved house several times. Her house caught fire in a snowstorm and several friends died. Now […]

“Traditions and social movements that ha

Pankaj Mishra’s Return to Fiction More than Two Decades After His Highly Successful The Romantics (1999) traces the trajectory of neoliberal aspirations and estrangements through the stories of three IIT students – Arun, Aseem and Virendra – and the futures they create for themselves. In Run and Hide, in retaliation for the concerns that run […]

Statue of Welsh writer and feminist Elai...

When she arrived to study at Oxford University, Elaine Morgan was mistaken for a housekeeper because of her broad South Wales Valleys accent. But she went on to become a screenwriter, evolutionary theorist and pioneering feminist, and on Friday a statue of the Welsh Renaissance woman was unveiled in the town of Mountain Ash, where […]

NCAA allows women’s tournament to use ‘M

Three congressional lawmakers have sent a letter to NCAA President Mark Emmert accusing the organization of making “insufficient progress” in addressing the “historically disparate” treatment of male and female athletes. Singled out March Madness basketball tournaments, Democratic Reps. Carolyn Maloney of New York, Jackie Speier of California, and Mikie Sherrill of New Jersey said the […]

Matsuo Bashō: a literary wanderer

Through his poetry and travel writing, born out of a desire to isolate himself from society, Matsuo Bashō established himself as one of Japan’s most important literary figures, known for refining what would later become the haiku. There was a time when I envied those who had impressive government offices or estates, and on […]

What it would take to make Ocean’s 9, ac

Sandra Bullock reveals she’s still in a text string with her Ocean’s 8 co-stars and reveals what they would need to make Ocean’s 9. Sandra Bullock talks about what she and her co-stars would need to do the Ocean 8 continued Ocean 9 to arrive. The film is part of Ocean 11 heist film franchise, […]

Explained | Missionaries, Banks, Indivi...

Udupi in coastal Karnataka, the theater of hijab controversyis among the top-performing districts in the state, which have traditionally scored high on learning indicators. The verdict of the Karnataka High Court On Tuesday, the government’s continued restriction on Muslim women wearing the hijab in educational institutions raised concerns about the potential impact on students who […]

15 Shows Like Mare of Easttown That Fans...

In the grand canon of female police detectives, “Broadchurch’s” Ellie Miller, played by the wonderful Olivia Colman, is one of the best. The BBC series is set in the small English seaside town of the title, where everyone knows everyone else and meddles in everyone’s business, much like in “Mare of Easttown”. So when a […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dragon B

There are many top anime series that have reached a universal level of popularity, but very few manage to reach Akira Toriyama’s praise. Dragon Ball Z. dragonball continues to dominate in the anime industry, but its popularity and wide cast of powerful characters have also made it a fixture in the gaming industry. RELATED: 10 […]

Poet Richard Blanco takes a virtual tour...

The Malibu Poet Laureate Poetry Studio has been hosting workshops for six years, and on February 11, they received a virtual tour from Richard Blanco, former President Barack Obama’s 5th Presidential Inaugural Poet. Blanco was introduced by Kathy Eldon, the founder of Creative Visions, visited Mr. Eric Carrier’s creative writing class at Malibu High School […]

Book Excerpt from Her Stories Book of In...

“Her Stories” is a saga of valiant accomplishing, rebellious, warrior and activist women who changed the tide of complacent human existence. Lighting the spark of feminist consciousness, His stories by Deepti Priya Mehrotra, a political scientist with cross-disciplinary interests, is a saga of valiant accomplishing, rebellious, warrior and militant women who changed the tide of […]

Purva Grover’s book SHE turned into art

Transformation by Zumrud Zeynalli. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Purva Grover is a best-selling author, international journalist and editor, TEDx speaker, award-winning playwright, theater director, published poet, spoken word artist, and creative entrepreneur. She is the author of three books: The trees told me; It was the year 2020; and HER, his latest effort. SHE was […]

Vadim Neselovskyi expresses concern for ...

By Philippe LutzIMarch 15, 2022 Vadim Neselovskyi performs in Lviv, Ukraine, in 2017. (Photo: Oleksandr Shamov) In June 2017, Vadim Neselovskyi performed a concert at the Soviet-era Mettalurgov Palace of Culture in Mariupol, Ukraine, a strategic port city on the frontline of the conflict with Russia since 2014. The audience consisted of a few hundred […]

Two men and two women voted for the IBU ...

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not to be placed behind a paywall, we have made […]

10 creative band names that reference li...

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Music and literature inspire passion and often intersect in surprising ways. Both art forms benefit from skillful storytelling, pacing and imagery. One of my favorite writers who was also a musician was Leonard Cohen, who had a career […]

Pro Rata Theater presents ORLANDO by Sar...

Pro Rata Theater presents Orlando by Sarah Ruhl at the Crane Theater this spring under the direction of Carin Bratlie Wethern. Ruhl’s theatrical adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s novel premiered in New York in 2010 and artfully plays with the attributes of gender, sexuality, identity and freedom in a joyful yet earnest way. In a magical […]

Colors belong to everyone: The Tribune I...

Summit Paul Every Holi, I remember my Arabic teacher and mentor, Dr. Zaifa Ashraf, who lived with me in Pune until his last breath. An atheist, she left Islam at the age of 17 and was not religious. But she was looking forward to celebrating Holi. She believed that all festivals were non-denominational […]

Killing Eve Season 4 Episode 3 Villanell...

Killing Eve lead writer and executive producer Laura Neal explains the watershed moment that occurred in the show’s final episode. The main author of Kill Eve, Laura Neal, explains the watershed moment that occurred in the most recent episode of the show’s fourth season. Based on the novels by Luke Jennings and created for TV […]

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Tra...

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for the training of actors, alongside Asolo Repertory Theatertoday announced two shows for their 2022-2023 season during a virtual event broadcast on asolorep.org. The season opens in November with STICK FLY (November 1-27, 2022), a thrilling comedy-drama from the playwright Lydia Diamond. This moving and heartfelt play about family, class and cultural […]

More than a pastoral poet

Today, March 14, marks the 46th anniversary of the death of Jasim Uddin (1903-1976). Popularly called “palli kabi” (popular poet), Jasim Uddin is also considered a great Bengali poet. And to this day, it has been fully assimilated into the Bengali literary canon and the academy. Yet his work remains marginalized – and sometimes even […]

“The world began to recognize Indian tra

Parikshit Singh, who is a physician in New York and author of ‘Sri Aurobindo and India’s Literary Renaissance’, speaks at the Jaipur Literature Festival. Singh, who is also a poet, writer, entrepreneur and healer, spoke exclusively to IANS on the sidelines of the festival and shared how the world has begun to recognize Indian traditions, […]

Roma resistance: dismantling anti-Roma r...

Paula was hired by phone to work in a restaurant. His first day went well. Despite the difficulty of the work, she did a good job. When she finished, the director approached her and asked her an unexpected question: “Are you a Gypsy?”. She was never called back. The episode was denounced a few months […]

🌱 New Mexico Celtic Renaissance Festival

Hello again, Albuquerque! Important Update: All of you, as readers, have made the Albuquerque Daily such a success that I am honored to announce the next phase of the newsletter. The fix is looking for a local writer and entrepreneur to lead the Albuquerque Daily. While I loved getting to know this community, we want […]

Zoë Kravitz hosts a (mostly) heavily wri

Zoe KravitzPhoto: Mary Ellen Matthews/NBC Zoë Kravitz just completed a well-reviewed turn as Catwoman in The Batmanthe kind of cultural hub that has led to both excellent Saturday Night Live episodes and unfortunately wasted opportunities. This episode came a lot closer to the first, thanks to impressive writing (in addition to hiring 10 new writers […]

Around India through its different bread...

Indian bread plays an important role in our Indian cuisine and is eaten as a staple food in almost all of India. Did you know that there are around 30 different types of bread in India – each different from region to region, which are eaten for breakfast, as the main meal at lunch or […]

Isabella Bird: Revisiting Her Intrepid J...

Japan was lucky in the distinction of its visiting writers. Many, including Rudyard Kipling, Edmund Blunden, Marguerite Yourcenar and Angela Carter, have published memorable works inspired by their time here. Isabella Bird (1831-1904), a Yorkshire-born travel writer and explorer, continues to command the affection of Japanophiles. Isabella Bird and Japan: A Reassessment / Undefeated Tracks […]

Unlimited Discontent – The New Indian Ex

Express press service This debut collection of electrifying essays by Scottish book author Ducks, Booker Prize shortlist and Goldsmiths Prize winner Newburyport is mostly a bold tirade of complaints. Needless to say, Ellmann is a feisty writer, and she’s certainly furious with many people and things around her – something she highlights in this unrestrained […]

Walk This Way: Australian Street Circuit...

“A city is a language, a reservoir of possibilities,” wrote Rebecca Solnit in her 2002 book Wanderlust. “And walking is the act of speaking that language, of choosing among those possibilities.” Solnit was writing about the act of walking, broadly defined, but could have commented on urban walking tours which, if you hadn’t noticed, have […]

A Hindi novel was selected for Booker. ...

HIndian literature is getting international recognition, but at the same time renowned authors at home are not even getting the royalty they deserve. Geetanjali Shree’s sand tombinitially Ret Samadhi in Hindi, was shortlisted for the International Booker Prize 2022. Translated by Daisy Rockwell, the book is the first work of fiction in the Hindi language […]

2022 Riverside County Educators of the Y...

Three of the county’s seven 2022 Educators of the Year are from the Coachella Valley. Riverside County Schools Superintendent Edwin Gomez congratulated each of them on Friday with surprise visits to their schools. The winners are: Dan Cappello (Desert Sands Unified), Rated Administrator of the Year Ioana Robles (Palm Springs Unified), Site Support Employee of […]

New Movie Screenwriter Lauryn Kahn Answe...

Mimi Cave’s “Fresh,” now on Hulu, is truly disturbing. It’s the story of a young woman named Noa (Daisy Edgar-Jones), who thinks she’s found the man of her dreams in Steve (Sebastian Stan), whom she meets at a local grocery store. But as she prepares for a romantic weekend, she finds out who Steve really […]

Prayer of a man in the snow

In the preface to his memoirs, The Birobidjan affair: a Yiddish writer in Siberia, which recounts the seven years he spent toiling in Siberian labor camps during the last years of Stalin’s rule, Polish-born journalist and poet Israel Emiot begs the reader’s forgiveness. He explains that “while recording this horrible record” he made no attempt […]

Turning Red Filmmakers provide insight i...

This weekend will see the premiere of turn red, the latest animated film released by Pixar. The comedy film introduces audiences to Mei Lee (voiced by Rosalie Chiang), a confident and dimwitted 13-year-old girl torn between remaining her mother’s devoted daughter and the chaos of adolescence. Her protective, even slightly overbearing mother, Ming (voiced by […]

Poet Stephanie Burt shares her life thro...

Poet Stephanie Burt shares her life through poetry and three librarians share their book recommendations You don’t think you like poetry? Stephanie Burt is here to help. We also have three Boston Public Library librarians recommending their favorite reads for Women’s History Month. Updated: 8:12 PM EST March 10, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript >> […]

Joe Wright’s Cyrano Songs Ranked From Wo

One of the most famous speeches in the original “Cyrano de Bergerac” consists of 32 lines of Cyrano mocking his ugly nose, which is traditionally a prosthesis worn by the actors who play him. Schmidt’s adaptation is notable for eliminating the nose and casting Dinklage, a man with dwarfism, as the lead. This specific choice […]

Top 20 Jamaican Writers You Should Know

Jamaica has produced some of the most eloquent and relevant writers in the world. They encompass poets and playwrights to novelists, essayists and journalists. Here are 20 Jamaican writers everyone should know, in no particular order. 1. Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley, known as Miss Lou, is the author of several books and worked on television on […]

Inside the succession drama at Scholasti...

The dark grind of the pandemic had exhausted Dick Robinson, like everyone else. He had worked long days in the nearly empty SoHo headquarters of Scholastic, the $1.2 billion company he ran, which his father founded more than 100 years ago. He was trying to keep the business going as schools closed across the country, […]

Tipperary poets are invited to submit en...

Trócaire and Poetry Ireland have launched their annual poetry competition, calling for entries from County Tipperary. Adults, published and unpublished, can get creative and submit a poem or poems to this year’s Trócaire Poetry Ireland poetry competition, which is open for entries until Friday 6 May 2022. This year marks the twelfth year of the […]

10 Best Art-Based Anime

The beautiful thing about anime is that there’s so much variety, so many different series that explore all kinds of topics. These anime delve into the art world in a variety of ways, from getting inside an artist’s mind to taking a more relaxed approach to the subject matter. RELATED: 10 Benefits Of Having A […]

Florida women’s hoop coach Finley landed

Florida head coach Kelly Rae Finley directs her players during an NCAA college basketball game against Mississippi at the Southeastern Conference Women’s Tournament, Friday, March 4, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) Marc Humphrey PA GAINESVILLE, Florida. The five-year contract recently signed by Florida women’s basketball coach Kelly Rae Finley is worth $740,000 a […]

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While he’s also a member of Lord Vox, Nahum Reyes says his new six-song EP, Searcher, was a very personal album, and its release strategy was simply to send the half-dozen songs out into the world. And that’s how he was born, at 2:22 p.m. on February 22, 2022. Under his Ages the Poet recording […]

Ischia: The paradise island offers a tas...

Editor’s Note – Sign up for CNN Travel’s Unlocking Italy newsletter for insider information on Italy’s most beloved destinations and lesser-known regions to plan your ultimate trip. Plus, we’ll get you in the mood before you go with movie suggestions, playlists and Stanley Tucci recipes. (CNN) — A calm and idyllic island in the Tyrrhenian […]

Olena Zelenska, first lady of Ukraine, c...

LVIV, Ukraine — While her husband has become a global symbol of leadership in the face of the Russian invasion, Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska, has taken on a less public role. But on Tuesday night she emerged into the media spotlight, sending an open letter which she said was her “testimony” from Ukraine. “What […]

How Rumi Became a Poet ‹ Literary Center

Rumi was a preacher before being a poet. Coming from a line of Islamic theologians, he was a celebrity delivering sermons to hordes of followers at the age of 38. Eloquent and magnetic, wearing a turban and a silk robe, he evangelized in the mosques and theological institutions of Konya. Disciples and admirers from Nishapur […]

Stephen Amell announces the start of fil...

Wrestling fans are currently experiencing a renaissance, with WWE and AEW airing quality shows every week and WWE 2K22 coming to video game consoles soon. In the scripted television category is heelsfeaturing Arrow former Stephen Amell. Officially renewed for a second season in November, Amell has now shared that heels resumed filming for the new […]

Author advises women seeking advancement...

A new book released on International Women’s Day aims to help women succeed by getting their careers in shape. The author of “Get Your Career in SHAPE: A Five-Step Guide to Achieve the Success You Need, Want, and Deserve” drew on research from conversations with thousands of women to reveal five things women can do […]

New anthology of Irish poetry offers ‘un

Bone and Marrow Blanket For centuries, the official history of Ireland was preserved in British archives, and the unfiltered Irish perspective was lost – except in its poetry and folksongs. For this and other reasons, poetry holds a higher status in Irish culture than in many other countries, said Brian Ó Conchubhair, associate professor of […]

Batman Wouldn’t Exist Without These Film

Chinese district The obvious starting point is the one Reeves mentioned the most in the press: Roman Polanski and Robert Towne. Chinese district (1974). Perhaps classic neo-noir – with Polanski and Towne returning to the very formula established by the widely recognized first entry into the original film noir movement, John Huston’s The Maltese Falcon […]

Port Lincoln Library exhibit celebrates ...

To mark International Women’s Day, the Port Lincoln Library exhibited local female authors to celebrate their contribution to literature and to coincide with this year’s theme #BreakTheBias. Key points: International Women’s Day is celebrated today around the world The Port Lincoln Library presented an exhibition of local female authors to mark the date Eyre Writers […]

Of the monarch of the arts

By Vijay Phanshikar: Poetry is like the monarch of the arts, and a poet a semi-divine figure capable of imagining a more perfect version of nature… Poetry is the first of the arts – coming before philosophy and history… it can be described as an art of imitation which teaches its audience through delight… Poetry […]

Chesham Ballerina Charms at Swan Lake in...

The English Youth Ballet are back to charm audiences, after the Covid pandemic drastically changed everything for performers around the world and canceled performances, including for a ballerina from Chesham. Eleven-year-old dancer Naomi Gillett can finally take the stage with the English Youth Ballet’s performance of the Swan Lake classical ballet. The highly anticipated Swan […]

Next step, Sylvia Plath! Why it’s time

OWhen I was a baby feminist, I argued with friends that public space was political. I had been radicalized by my teenage years, sick to the teeth of street harassment from men who seemed to think the streets were theirs to roam freely, while women were relegated to decorating. It wasn’t a regular occurrence, but […]

Short Conversations with Poets: Carl Phi...

Carl Phillips writes poetry of fine distinctions. If he were a painter, he would take a color – green, let’s say – and show us all the shades and temperatures it can possibly withstand and always be called green, and we would know with our eyes that a focus tight, for a great artist, it’s […]

Franz Ferdinand’s Alex Kapranos Picks Hi

Franz Ferdinand, courtesy David Edwards. Alex Kaprano from Franz Ferdinand looks angelic with a leaf of backlight through a skylight in his band’s studio in Glasgow. Although the video connection is a little fuzzy, he can spot the cover of the single “Do You Want To” hidden in the back of this writer’s desk. Head […]

Literary Notes: Wasn’t Lughat-e-Kabeer c

AMONG the controversies that have been raging in Urdu for a long time, one concerns Lughat-e-Kabeer. This Urdu-Urdu dictionary was published by Anjuman Taraqqi-e-Urdu Pakistan (ATUP) and Moulvi Abdul Haq’s name appeared on its title as the compiler. But Shanul Haq Haqqee claimed that Lughat-e-Kabeer was not compiled by Moulvi Abdul Haq and that his […]

In “The Invisible Siege” by Dan Werb, sc

After a quick internet search, you would think there were three people named Dan Werb. One is a multifaceted musician who plays in bands like dance-pop group Woodhands. The second is a writer and journalist who even wrote a book about the often deadly effects the Mexican drug trade has had on the women of […]

Refuel with a new book on stories from a...

“The idea was to present the best writing as short fiction films by writers, regardless of who they are or where they are located,” says editor Shireen Quadri. In 2019, The Punch Magazine invited writers from around the world to submit short stories. With submissions coming from all over the world, 18 stories were shortlisted […]

UFC 272 predictions – Jorge Masvidal vs.

UFC 272 descends this Saturday from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. It’s another major event, headlined by a friends-turned-foes main event between top welterweights Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal. Covington have suffered two losses in their last three to current Division King Kamaru Usman, but they have clearly been the opponent who has caused […]

The Greek goddess the Sphinx embodied th...

Female sphinx from the archaic period of Greek civilization. Credit: One of the most recognizable figures of antiquity, the Sphinx took many forms as depicted in the civilizations of Greece, the Near East and Asia. With features such as a male or female human head, the body of a lion, and the wings of a […]